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Jeff Mason is a White House Correspondent for Reuters and the 2016-2017 president of the White House Correspondents’ Association. He was the lead Reuters correspondent for President Barack Obama's 2012 campaign and interviewed the president at the White House in 2015. Jeff has been based in Washington since 2008, when he covered the historic race between Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain. Jeff started his career in Frankfurt, Germany, where he covered the airline industry before moving to Brussels, Belgium, where he covered the European Union. He is a Colorado native, proud graduate of Northwestern University and former Fulbright scholar.

Twitter handle: @jeffmason1

Jul 19 2017

As Morgan Stanley hits wealth records, analysts ask how long it can last

NEW YORK After Morgan Stanley's wealth management business reported record quarterly revenue and hit the high end of its profit margin target on Wednesday, analysts wanted to know how sustainable those results are.

Jul 19 2017

As Morgan Stanley hits wealth records, analysts ask how long it can last

NEW YORK After Morgan Stanley's wealth management business reported record quarterly revenue and hit the high end of its profit margin target on Wednesday, analysts wanted to know how sustainable those results are.

Jul 03 2017

Wall Street banks take on summer school: Investing 101 for rich kids

NEW YORK "Time for a prenup?" is not a typical title for a summer school course, but it was one of the most popular at an event Morgan Stanley held last week for the millennial-generation children of its richest clients.

Jun 12 2017

Special Report: Regulator blocks public scrutiny of firms with tainted brokers

NEW YORK In three years of managing investments for North Dakota farmer Richard Haus, Long Island stock broker Mike McMahon and his colleagues charged their client $267,567 in fees and interest - while losing him $261,441 on the trades, Haus said.

Jun 12 2017

How Reuters analysed the data FINRA doesn't want you to see

NEW YORK FINRA requires brokers to disclose 23 types of incidents that might give investors concern, such as regulatory sanctions, lawsuit judgements and bankruptcies. The regulator then publishes those disclosures on its Brokercheck website, allowing investors to search the backgrounds of individual investment advisors.

Jun 12 2017

How Reuters analyzed the data FINRA doesn't want you to see

NEW YORK FINRA requires brokers to disclose 23 types of incidents that might give investors concern, such as regulatory sanctions, lawsuit judgments and bankruptcies. The regulator then publishes those disclosures on its Brokercheck website, allowing investors to search the backgrounds of individual investment advisors.

Jun 12 2017

Wall Street's self-regulator allows safe havens for tainted brokers

NEW YORK In three years of managing investments for North Dakota farmer Richard Haus, Long Island stock broker Mike McMahon and his colleagues charged their client $267,567 in fees and interest - while losing him $261,441 on the trades, Haus said.

Jun 12 2017

How Reuters analysed the data FINRA doesn't want you to see

NEW YORK FINRA requires brokers to disclose 23 types of incidents that might give investors concern, such as regulatory sanctions, lawsuit judgements and bankruptcies. The regulator then publishes those disclosures on its Brokercheck website, allowing investors to search the backgrounds of individual investment advisors.

Jun 12 2017

How Reuters analyzed the data FINRA doesn't want you to see

NEW YORK FINRA requires brokers to disclose 23 types of incidents that might give investors concern, such as regulatory sanctions, lawsuit judgments and bankruptcies. The regulator then publishes those disclosures on its Brokercheck website, allowing investors to search the backgrounds of individual investment advisors.

Jun 12 2017

How Reuters analyzed the data FINRA doesn't want you to see

NEW YORK, June 12 FINRA requires brokers to disclose 23 types of incidents that might give investors concern, such as regulatory sanctions, lawsuit judgments and bankruptcies. The regulator then publishes those disclosures on its Brokercheck website, allowing investors to search the backgrounds of individual investment advisors.

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